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Dahlonega Building Locations

All locations are in Dahlonega, GA 30597
BuildingLocationDescription
Alumni House 70 Alumni Drive
Barnes Hall 280 Georgia Circle Constructed in the 1930s. Formerly used as a residence hall for both men and women, at different times. Houses the following: faculty/staff and Honors Program offices.
Biology Dept. - Field Studies 108 Sunset Drive
Bob Stein Stadium 201 Barlow Road Home to the University of North Georgia baseball team, Bob Stein Stadium was constructed during the fall of 2008 and features a first-class facility for the Nighthawks. With 500 chair back seats, fans will enjoy a perfect venue for NCAA Baseball. 
Chestatee Bldg. 110 S Chestatee St Houses the following: Admissions Offices - undergraduate, graduate and Cadet; UNG Campus Connection bookstore; Starbucks; and Student Health Services.
Chestatee House 256 S Chestatee St
Choice Arts Complex Bldg A 199 Choice Ave Student art complex
Choice Arts Complex Bldg B 199 Choice Ave Student art complex
Choice Arts Complex Bldg C 85 S Chestatee St Student art complex
Choice Arts Complex Bldg D 85 S Chestatee St Student art complex
Commons, The 39 Sunset Drive Opened in Fall 2016. Co-ed residence hall that houses students in suite style housing. Offers lounge areas and recreation rooms on every hall.
Continuing Education Center 25 Schultz Avenue
Dining Hall 404 Georgia Circle

The Dining Hall, located in the heart of UNG’s Dahlonega campus, is the perfect place for a snack on the go or as a place to socialize with friends.

The Banquet Room is located on the South side of the top floor of the Dining Hall.

Donovan Hall 56 Colombo Way Completed in 1980. Traditional residence hall housing males and females. Includes outdoor lounge area, movie theatre, and recreation room. 
Downtown Office Building 60 West Main Street

Houses the following: Business Office (pay your fees here), Human Resources, Legal,  University Relations, Advancement, BB&T Center for Ethical Business Leadership and faculty offices . 

Facilities 290 Sunset Drive
Gaillard Hall 115 Colombo Way

A traditional residence hall for members of the Corps of Cadets, part of the “Military Village” on the Dahlonega campus. Each room holds two Cadets, with two rooms sharing one bathroom. The building has central air and heating, day rooms for socializing with fellow Cadets, free washers and dryers, and a kitchen.

Haines & Carolyn Hill Stadium 201 Barlow Road Home to the University of North Georgia softball team, Haines & Carolyn Hill Stadium was constructed during the fall of 2008 and features a first-class facility for the Nighthawks. With 222 chair back seats, fans will enjoy a perfect venue for NCAA softball. 
Hansford Hall 239 W. Main Street

Houses the following: Criminal Justice, Fine Arts, Political Science and faculty/staff offices.

Health & Natural Sciences Bldg. 159 Sunset Drive Opened Fall 2002. Houses the following: health science library, computer lab planetarium, Biology offices, Physical Therapy offices and Nursing offices.
Hoag Student Center 82 College Circle Built in 1970. Renovations complete in 2013. Houses the following: Card Services, Hoag auditorium, computer lab, Office of Student Involvement, Student Organization meeting rooms, and dining options.
Lewis Annex 446 Georgia Circle Traditional residence hall. Completed in 1952 and named for UNG's first female graduate, Winnie Lewis. Renovated in 2003. 
Lewis Hall 446 Georgia Circle Traditional residence hall. The annex is a traditional male residence.
Liberty Hall 230 Colombo Way

A traditional residence hall for members of the Corps of Cadets, part of the “Military Village” on the Dahlonega campus. Each room holds two Cadets, with two rooms sharing one bathroom. The building has central air and heating, day rooms for socializing with fellow Cadets, free washers and dryers, and a kitchen.

Library/Tech Center 117 Georgia Circle Completed Fall 2008. Houses the following: UNG's Dahlonega library, IT offices and Helpdesk, study rooms, computer labs, and Java City.
Materials Management 332 Sunset Drive
Memorial Hall 130 Georgia Circle Named in honor of all UNG graduates who have served in the armed forces. Houses the following: Health/Physical Education, gymnasium, Wellness Center for athletes, indoor swimming pool, Athletic Training and Athletics Department.
Military Leadership Center 360 S. Chestatee St Opened Fall 2004. Houses the following: Military Science offices, Commandant’s office and classrooms.
Moore House, The 27 Sunset Drive Houses the following: National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students and faculty/staff offices.
Newton Oakes Center & Dunlap Hall 202 Georgia Circle Largest academic building on campus. The annex, Newton-Oakes, was built in 1993. Houses the following: Mike Cottrell College of Business, Math, Computer Science, World Languages & Cultures, Psychological Science, Sociology & Human Services, computer labs, and Teacher Education.
Nix Fine Arts 238 Georgia Circle Fine Arts building that was once used as the dining hall. Houses the following: Music, Art, Band and Chorus, as well as practice rooms, auditoriums and theatres.
North Ga Suites 255 Sunset Drive Opened Fall 2010. Residence hall which features an outdoor amphitheater, game rooms, kitchens, laundry facilities, computer labs and more for residents. 
Observatory 82 Day Drive

The North Georgia Astronomical Observatory (NGAO) is open to students any clear night Monday through Friday while classes are in session. Read more about our Observatory

Owen Hall 40 Alumni Drive Opened Fall 2002. Residence hall that houses more than 300 students in apartment-style accommodations. 
Patriot Hall 94 Colombo Way

A traditional residence hall for members of the Corps of Cadets, part of the “Military Village” on the Dahlonega campus. Each room holds two Cadets, with two rooms sharing one bathroom. The building has central air and heating, day rooms for socializing with fellow Cadets, free washers and dryers, and a kitchen.

Price Memorial Hall 32 College Circle The oldest building on campus, it also once served as a U.S. Mint. Named for William P. Price, in 1934. Houses the following: Office of the President, Academic Affairs, vice presidents’ offices, the Registrar’s Office and the Center for Global Engagement, where students can learn more about study abroad opportunities.
Public Safety Office 246 S. Chestatee St

Houses the Department of Public Safety.

Recreation Center 198 Church Street Contains basketball courts, walking track, weights, cardio, group exercise room and rock climbing wall. Also includes Rec Sports offices where you can sign out equipment with your Nighthawks card.
Rogers Hall 368 Georgia Circle Built in 1948. Houses the following: Physics and Chemistry.
Stewart Center 238 Georgia Circle Houses the following: Financial Aid, Testing Office, Academic Advisement Center, Minority Achievement Program, Counseling Center, Career Services, and the Student Money Management Center.
Vickery House 24 Vickery Drive Home of the Appalachian Studies Center.
Welcome Center 41 Georgia Circle

Houses Parking Services. Go here for UNG parking permits and for visitor parking information.

Young Hall 56 College Circle Served as the library prior to 1971. Houses the following: classrooms, Political Science, Criminal Justice, and other social sciences.

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